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Langley Research Center Media Archive
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Photographed on: 11/01/99. -- Full scale crash test of modified Lear Fan. Photographed at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN -- FANS -- IMPACT TESTS
AVIATION CRASH INJURY RESEARCH OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY MARINE AIR TERMINAL LAGUARDIA AIRPORT FLUSHING NEW YORK USA TO BE USED AT SEATING CONFERENCE AT LEWIS FLIGHT PROPULSION LABORATORY LFPL ON APRIL 17 1956
Topic: Where -- New York
AVIATION CRASH INJURY RESEARCH OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY MARINE AIR TERMINAL LAGUARDIA AIRPORT FLUSHING NEW YORK USA TO BE USED AT SEATING CONFERENCE AT LEWIS FLIGHT PROPULSION LABORATORY LFPL ON APRIL 17 1956
Topic: Where -- New York
AVIATION CRASH INJURY RESEARCH OF CORNELL UNIVERSITY MARINE AIR TERMINAL LAGUARDIA AIRPORT FLUSHING NEW YORK USA TO BE USED AT SEATING CONFERENCE AT LEWIS FLIGHT PROPULSION LABORATORY LFPL ON APRIL 17 1956
Topic: Where -- New York
NASA Images
by NASA/Glenn Research Center
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AIRPLANE CRASH FIRE PROGRAM MATERIAL - S6-116 R-50 APRIL 19 1955
NASA Images
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FULL SCALE CRASH TO SHOW SURVIVABILITY OF LIGHT AIRCRAFT IN AIRPLANE CRASHES - L1-151
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FULL SCALE CRASH TO SHOW SURVIVABILITY OF LIGHT AIRCRAFT IN AIRPLANE CRASHES - L2-61
Langley Research Center Media Archive
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Photographed on: 06/22/99 and 06/23/1999. -- Pre and post test documentation of helicopter damage. Photographed at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297. -- Images L99-1284, L99-1285, L99-1287, L99-1295, L99-1296, L99-1299, L99-1301, L99-1302, L99-1303, L99-1304, L99-1341, L99-1342, L99-1343, L99-1345, L99-1348, and L99-1351 are available as electronic files from the photo lab. See URLs.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN -- IMPACT TESTS -- HELIC
Langley Research Center Media Archive
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Photographed on: 06/22/99 and 06/23/1999. -- Pre and post test documentation of helicopter damage. Photographed at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297. -- Images L99-1284, L99-1285, L99-1287, L99-1295, L99-1296, L99-1299, L99-1301, L99-1302, L99-1303, L99-1304, L99-1341, L99-1342, L99-1343, L99-1345, L99-1348, and L99-1351 are available as electronic files from the photo lab. See URLs.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN -- IMPACT TESTS -- HELIC
Langley Research Center Media Archive
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Photographed on: 06/22/99 and 06/23/1999. -- Pre and post test documentation of helicopter damage. Photographed at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297. -- Images L99-1284, L99-1285, L99-1287, L99-1295, L99-1296, L99-1299, L99-1301, L99-1302, L99-1303, L99-1304, L99-1341, L99-1342, L99-1343, L99-1345, L99-1348, and L99-1351 are available as electronic files from the photo lab. See URLs.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN -- IMPACT TESTS -- HELIC
Langley Research Center Media Archive
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Photographed on: 10/15/99. -- Pre and post impact photographs of lear fan. Interior and exterior details and overall shots. Photographed at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN -- FANS -- IMPACT TESTS
Langley Research Center Media Archive
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Photographed on: 10/15/99. -- Pre and post impact photographs of lear fan. Interior and exterior details and overall shots. Photographed at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN -- FANS -- IMPACT TESTS
Langley Research Center Media Archive
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Photographed on: 10/15/99. -- Pre and post impact photographs of lear fan. Interior and exterior details and overall shots. Photographed at the Impact Dynamics Research Facility, building 1297.
Topic: AIRCRAFT DESIGN -- FANS -- IMPACT TESTS
NASA Images
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By 1972 the Lunar Landing Research Facility was no longer in use for its original purpose. The 400-foot high structure was swiftly modified to allow engineers to study the dynamics of aircraft crashes. "The Impact Dynamics Research Facility is used to conduct crash testing of full-scale aircraft under controlled conditions. The aircraft are swung by cables from an A-frame structure that is approximately 400 ft. long and 230 foot high. The impact runway can be modified to simulate other...
Source: http://nix.ksc.nasa.gov/info?id=EL-2000-00461&orgid=1
Glendale Library, Arts & Culture
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Description : Wreckage from a plane crash, pilot walked away. Source : 1 Page of 1: Photograph Digitized by California Revealed .
Topics: californialightandsound, californiarevealed
Langley Research Center Media Archive
by NASA/Langley Research Center
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Airplane crash test (intact)
Langley Research Center Media Archive
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Airplane crash test (intact)
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Airplane crash test (intact)
NASA Images
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Paul Ducheyne, a principal investigator in the microgravity materials science program and head of the University of Pernsylvania's Center for Bioactive Materials and Tissue Engineering, is leading the trio as they use simulated microgravity to determine the optimal characteristics of tiny glass particles for growing bone tissue. The result could make possible a much broader range of synthetic bone-grafting applications. Even in normal gravity, bioactive glass particles enhance bone growth in...
Topics: Where -- Johnson Space Center (JSC), Where -- Pennsylvania
Source: http://mix.msfc.nasa.gov/abstracts.php?p=2049
NASA Images
by NASA/Langley Research Center (NASA-LaRC)
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Interior view of Full-Scale Tunnel (FST) model. On June 26, 1929, Elton W. Miller wrote to George W. Lewis proposing the construction of a model of the full-scale tunnel. "The excellent energy ratio obtained in the new wind tunnel of the California Institute of Technology suggests that before proceeding with our full scale tunnel design, we ought to investigate the effect on energy ratio of such factors as: 1. small included angle for the exit cone; 2. carefully designed return passages of...
Source: http://nix.ksc.nasa.gov/info?id=EL-1999-00340&orgid=1
NASA Images
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As tall as a 10 story building, this towering bank of vanes turns the air smoothly around one of the four corners of the world's largest wind tunnel. This tunnel which has a test section 40 feet high and 80 feet wide, is operated by the NACA's Ames Aeronautical Laboratory at Moffett Field, California. With a maxium air speed of 250 miles per hour, the 40 by 80 foot tunnel is proving very valuable in studying the low speed problems arising from new aircraft wing shapes designed for flight near...
Topics: Wind Tunnels-Interior, Where -- California
Source: http://grin.hq.nasa.gov/ABSTRACTS/GPN-2000-001766.html
NASA Images
by NASA -- Image courtesy Jeff Schmaltz, rapidfire.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov/ MODIS Land Rapid Response Team at NASA GSFC
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True to its name, Iceland is shown here covered in a white blanket of ice and snow. Low layers of clouds float over the Greenland Sea (left) and the Atlantic Ocean (bottom). Iceland's southern, low-lying coastlines are greyish-tan, while the rest of the island remains pristine white. The uniform color hides the exact boundaries of Iceland's four permanent ice caps -- Langjokull and Hofsjokull in the interior west, Myrdalsjokull on the southern coast, and Vatnajokull on the eastern coast. The...
Topics: What -- Earth, What -- Aqua, Where -- Iceland, Where -- Greenland, Where -- Atlantic Ocean
Source: http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=4191
NASA Images
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Construction continues on the $8 million Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) Support Complex at Kennedy Space Center. Shown is the interior of the building to be used for related ground support equipment and administrative/technical support. The RLV complex also includes a multi-purpose hangar. The complex will be available to accommodate the Space Shuttle; the X-34 RLV technology demonstrator; the L-1011 carrier aircraft for Pegasus and X-34; and other RLV and X-vehicle programs. The facility,...
Topics: What -- Space Shuttle Orbiter, What -- Pegasus, Where -- Kennedy Space Center (KSC), Where --...
Source: http://mediaarchive.ksc.nasa.gov/detail.cfm?mediaid=3189
NASA Images
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FAIRVIEW PARK HOSPITAL FAIRVIEW PARK OHIO AND NACA LEWIS FLIGHT PROPULSION LABORATORY LFPL CIVILIAN DEFENSE DRILL
Topic: Where -- Ohio
NASA Images
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E-358In this 1950 straight-on view of the NACA High-Speed Flight Research Station's X-4 research aircraft, the horizontal tailless design is quite evident. The X-4 Bantam, a single-place, low swept-wing, semi-tailless aircraft, was designed and built by Northrop Aircraft, Inc. It had no horizontal tail surfaces and its mission was to obtain in-flight data on the stability and control of semi-tailless aircraft at high subsonic speeds. 1950 NASA Photo / NACA/NASA
Source: http://www.nasa.gov/centers/dryden/multimedia/imagegallery/X-4/E-358.html
NASA Images
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View taken of the planet Jupiter during approach by Voyager 2 Reference S73-37822 thru S73-37824. 1. VOYAGER 2 - UNMANNED SPACECRAFT
Topic: What -- Jupiter
Brooklyn Museum
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Object metadata can change over time, please check the Brooklyn Museum object record for the latest information.
Topics: art, American Art
Brooklyn Museum
by Elihu Vedder
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Object metadata can change over time, please check the Brooklyn Museum object record for the latest information.
Topics: art, American Art
Langley Research Center Media Archive
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LN(subscript)2 Injector Muffler